I’m sure many of you are quite unsure about this recipe already. The word Marmite provokes very differing reactions amongst us all. I, quite clearly, sit on the positive side of the fence when it comes to this controversial condiment. In fact, I’d go as far to say that the word Marmite actually fills me with joy. If you don’t like Marmite, then maybe this one’s not for you. Or maybe it is?
I find myself let down time and time again by macaroni cheese when I eat it in restaurants. Wait, that sounds snobby, let me explain. I really REALLY love cheese, and I want my macaroni cheese to be, well, cheesy. Is that so much to ask? Well apparently so, because more often than not I find myself, with a heart full of hope, tucking into a rather un-cheesy pasta dish, and feeling disappointed with the results.
It scares me how quickly time passes. I vividly remember being sat at my laptop around about a year ago writing up my blog post for my Roasted Pumpkin Pasta recipe. The reason I remember this particular post so well, other than it being one of my favourite recipes, is because I remember speaking about my undying love for autumn. Unlike most others who hate this transition from the long, warm summer evenings into rainy, cold autumn nights… I love it!
There are just certain dishes that you want to eat in this cold, winter weather. On a cold night all I want to do is chill in my flat with my onesie on and eat a big bowl of comforting food, and when it comes to comfort food risotto is most definitely high up on my list. You just can’t beat it. Risotto is my go to meal when I don’t know what else to cook, and despite what some may think, it’s actually fairly easy to make. All that is required is some good quality ingredients along with a bit of love and attention and you’ve got yourself a beautiful bowl of risotto.
Perfect for a weekend brunch, a weekday lunch or an end of night snack, these quesadillas are just a winner all round. If you have never tried quesadillas before then now’s your chance. They really are so easy and quick to make and more importantly, so tasty to eat. The two main ingredients required for any quesadilla are soft flour or corn tortillas and some good cheese. The rest is up to you.